This week on Radio DIVA: Actress Alicya Eyo and singer Lots Holloway

Plus Rosie Wilby and Rachel Shelley chat to Val McDermid about the DIVA Literary Festival



After a week’s break, the Radio DIVA team are back with another jam-packed show!


Joining presenters Heather Peace and Rosie Wilby in the studio will be actress Alicya Eyo, best known for playing Ruby Haswell in Emmerdale and Denny Blood in the prison drama series Bad Girls. Eyo joined the cast of Different For Girls earlier this year, telling DIVA she was:


"Over the moon to be joining Different For Girls and really looking forward to working with the talented people behind it all. Having seen the series so far it will be really interesting to see how the stories progress in the coming series and to be part of that”.


We also have Radio DIVA favourite Lots Holloway, who’ll be performing her newest indie-pop bangers live in the studio. 


“I'm looking forward to being back in the studio. The only time I’m happy to get played is when it’s by Radio DIVA!” Lots told the team.



We’ll also find out what happened when Rosie Wilby and roving reporter Rachel Shelley met author Val McDermid to chat about her upcoming appearance at the DIVA Literary Festival next month. And finally, resident lesbro Jonathan Phang will be on hand to fill us in on the latest LGBT headlines from Out News Global.


Make sure you tune in for another fantastic show!



Listen live to Radio DIVA at 6.30pm every Tuesday (on Resonance 104.4FM and DAB in London and online at or catch up anytime at


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